10 Sep 2018

Female panel mount connector protects to IP67 when unmated

binder UK, an industrial circular connector manufacturer, announces a key addition to its 770 Series NCC connector system. It is a female panel mount connector specifically designed to be front fastened for easy installation.

binder’s NCC (non-connected closed) connector system protects the contacts to IP67 when not connected without the need of a protective cap. The contacts are protected from water, dust and foreign particles by a spring-mounted lid when unmated. When the cable plug is mated, the contact cover is pushed inside the receptacle body, the contacts engage and the connector is locked with a quarter turn of a bayonet-locking collar. According to binder the efficiency of the design means a product life of more than 5000 mating cycles.

Originally designed by binder for medical equipment, the Binder 770 Series NCC range will also prove ideal for all types of portable or hand-held measuring equipment, control devices and other applications where it is an advantage to make rapid set-up changes.

The connectors have eight gold-plated contacts, are rated to 2A and 175V in solder and dip-solder versions and cater for cable sizes from 2.5mm to 8mm diameter.

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